Feb 25, 2020

Brunswick Corporation’s dealer services team, Brunswick Dealer Advantage (BDA) has announced that it has partnered with Rollick, Inc. to provide Brunswick dealers with exclusive pricing on Rollick’s SalesDriver solution as well as plans for additional exclusive offers on their dealer customer satisfaction platform, ExperienceDriver, in the future.
“Brunswick Dealer Advantage is committed to offering Brunswick dealers with more options to strengthen their businesses, find new customers, and increase their profits,” said Kirsten Schuchardt, director of sales and dealer services for Boating Services Network. “By partnering with Rollick, our dealers now have access to exciting new ways to access more customers, sell more boats and increase their profitability.”  
Rollick’s mission is to provide a seamless customer experience from pre-purchase through re-purchase by helping manufacturers, dealers and affinity partners connect with their customers through an ecosystem of marketing and technology solutions.  With the SalesDriver solution, dealers can access more customers by marketing their inventory to millions of consumers who are members, customers and employees of America’s most trusted brands. SalesDriver also provides dealers with ways to differentiate their website and sales process, as well as automate their marketing process, ultimately leading to more boat sales.   
“We are excited to partner with Brunswick Dealer Advantage and be able to provide their extensive dealer network with a solution like SalesDriver,” said Jason Nierman, senior vice president of business development at Rollick, Inc. “As a marketing technology solutions provider dedicated to the marine industry, this partnership provides us with a unique and welcomed opportunity to help more boat dealers grow and improve their business and profitability.”   
Brunswick Dealer Advantage consists of leading dealer services that are designed to help dealers reduce costs and drive revenue, as well as enhance the retail customer experience and reward employees. Brunswick dealers interested in learning more about the SalesDriver solution can go to . Brunswick dealers interested in learning more about Brunswick Dealer Advantage can go to

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